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    Title: 論《第二性》中的女性議題啟發我對臺灣女權發展的感想
    Other Titles: The reflection about the feminism of Taiwan from simone de beauvoir: the second sex
    Authors: 吳詩琦;Wu, Shih-chi
    Contributors: 淡江大學法國語文學系碩士班
    苑倚曼;Yuan, Yi-mond
    Keywords: 第二性;存在主義;歧視;他者;女性主義;自主;The second sex;existentialism;discrimination;others;feminism;autonomy;Le deuxieme sexe;existentialisme;discrimination;autre;feminisme;autonomie
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:18:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 《第二性》是法國二十世紀女性運動先驅—西蒙.波娃的代表作品。這本書分兩卷:第一卷主要是討論婦女的處境、權力及地位的變化,以女性群體的角度去討論婦女問題;第二卷則主要是描述各個年齡階段與各種類型女性的生理與心理以及處境的變化。


    The Second Sex is a representative work of Simone de Beauvoir, who was the pioneer of the feminist movement in France during the twentieth century. The book is divided into two volumes. The first volume, discusses changes in the situation of females, their power and status, the feminine issues from point of view of the group. The second volume, describes physiological, mental and situational change of all the ages and all typs of women.

    The thesis surveys the feminine situation in Taiwan probing in depth into the issues related to the feminine situation. It discusses discriminatory conditions and the inequal treatment which women suffer in all aspects of life. Above all, to advance the profound discussions and analyses of women’s issues to awaken people to a sense of awareness of the problems in order to help solve them and eliminate vagueness of women’s societal role as “the second sex”. Further, it contrasts the principles in feminist theory of The Second Sex with the issues of women face in Taiwan. Simone de Beauvoir’s viewpoint is applied by looking into the status of the second sex of women in Taiwan and measures by using various reflections to apply it to the development and the progress of the feminist movement in general. The thesis has three chapters: Chapter I, an analysis of feminine issues from The Second Sex. It describes the development of the occidental feminist movement, discusses feminism, others and existence, from a women’s perspective, and the turning points and the dilemmas of career woman in the area of occupation. Chapter II, a discussion about feminine issues in Taiwan, deals with the development and the progress of feminism in Taiwan, some of the awkward situations which women of Taiwan find themselves in, and obstacles faced in areas of family, education and occupation. Finally, in chapter III, explanation of the theory of The Second Sex and applying it to the feminine issues in Taiwan. It is a summary that combines ideas in chapters one and two to bring up the constructive opinions. There is a discussion about the writing of five French writers and an additional analysis of the difficulties and the solutions a woman balancing the role of mother and career woman may need, as well.

    The primary intent of The Second Sex is not as much to bring up concrete solutions to change women’s secondary status, as it is to awaken women to their own need to discard gender prejudices. The Second Sex lets women know: They can make a choice to be equal, by discarding a male orientated society’s indoctrination that makes women feel inferior they can turn inward to realizing a deep consciousness that they are not, all it takes is enough courage, self-confidence, and equally important, effort.
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